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Challah Bread – Will it Live Up to the Hype?

Challah Bread – Will it Live Up to the Hype?

Challah is a special Jewish braided egg bread that’s eaten on the Sabbath and certain special holidays. It’s not fussy to make and can be prepared and baked up in just a few hours.

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I’m not a fan of false advertising. I get 3 or 4 emails a day from stores, clothing companies, etc. Nothing ticks me off more then seeing a cute outfit on an add put out by or for clothing, and when you go to look for the merchandise … not there. (No, not sold out. Simply, not something they sell).

With food its even more annoying. Today there were a billion tweets about how taco bell meat isn’t really meat. Well, duh. But what’s shocking, is how far they are allowed to twist their advertising and what the FDA doesn’t seem to be really doing anything about. According to what I read today (sorry for not having a link), there is less then 36% meat in Taco Bells meat filling.

I even tried a small bite of a famous pastry line today and couldn’t help but realize… it wasn’t yummy! The BF can still kill an entire box, but I couldn’t even make it through my taste.

Well, here’s something that does taste as good as it looks and you’ll feel rather rewarded when it’s all said and done. Take your 30% coupon off that!

Unbaked Challah dough

 

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Check out this braiding tutorial that was included in Full Circle Challah’s post from Chabad.org.

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Let me just say, I kicked that challah’s ass and did a little happy dance all over my kitchen.

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